We just got back from a lovely weekend a London Syon Park, we were thrilled to be invited to stay and to see what the hotel had to offer.
If you are looking for a getaway retreat with your hens then gather the girls and enjoy a weekend away with the bride to be. With two hundred acres of idyllic parkland, the 400-year-old playground of the Duke of Northumberland provides a lush background for your luxury hen retreat.
I could not believe we were just seven miles from the heart of London yet it seemed a world away from the hustle and bustle of London. I found the hotel to be an amazing place to unwind being surrounded by true natural beauty. The hotel was very easy to find with it‘s clear signage to the hotel through Syon Park.
On entering the hotel I found the lobby had a real eclectic mix of design with very quirky and stylish features. We were given a friendly warm welcome, and could not wait to see what our bedroom looked like.
We were allocated a suite that had high-speed WIFI and a 42″ LCD HD TV complete with the latest in-room entertainment system powered by Apple. The hotel’s seven one bedroom suites feature luxuriously designed bedrooms and adjacent sitting rooms.
Our room had very large windows, rain showers and deep soak tubs are complemented by rich appointments and decorated with eclectic, sophisticated flair. The suite had beautiful views of the gardens and Conservatory of Syon house.
Our next stop was Kallima, the Spa at London Syon Park. Bringing together a unique collection of treatments, as well as the non-surgical services. Far from the standard spa routine, Kallima‘s experienced therapists asked me what results I was hoping to achieve, and from that consultation, my spa journey was carefully designed for me. First having a dip in the stunning swimming pool, and jacuzzi with twinkle lights listening to heavenly relaxing music, we had a delicious snack that was brought to us by the poolside, then we were greeted by our beauty therapist who took us for the treatments.
Kallima, derived from the Greek word for beautiful, is also the name of a butterfly that first resembles a closed leaf, and is transformed when it opens its wings.
I had the Tahitian Black Sand Exfoliating Massage, with Ann Semonin products. The Ann Semonin products that were used on me offered ingenious fusions of aromatic essentials, oil blends, trace elements of marine ingredients.
I really did leave the world behind, as I chose from relaxing rituals that transform the body and soothe the scenes. I was truly relaxed, recharged and was filled with new vitality.
The hotel’s Martini Bar serves an eclectic mix of must taste cocktails, I was blown away with The Capability Restaurant that manages to incorporate the landscape in the cooking and is brought to life with the finest ingredients grown in the gardens.
Just before leaving the hotel we visited the private garden of the hotel. Our room key opened the gate to the hotels owns private estate set within 40 acres of stunning landscape. An awe-inspiring handcrafted bridge resting over a lake occupied with ducks and swans.
Could this hotel be one of the best hotels I have ever stayed in? Most definitely!